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Sneak Peek: adidas ClimaChill – The coolest shirt ever!

Posted on February 19, 2014 in Shoes and Apparel

Screen shot 2014-02-18 at 3.26.44 PMWhether you’re ready or not, it’s time to start thinking about that upcoming tennis season. This year, there is finally apparel that will help keep you cool and your game sharp in the sweltering summer heat.

adidas introduces ClimaChill technology to their tennis apparel that actually keeps you feeling cool and refreshed on court. ¬†What you’ll probably notice first when you try it on will be the Aluminum Cooling Spheres. Little round metal dots are strategically located on the garments that actually feel cool to the touch. When moving around the court, your skin will touch the dots and make you feel a cooling sensation as you brush past them.

Screen shot 2014-02-18 at 3.30.29 PMTops and shorts are also made with a revolutionary material that is ultra breathable like mesh, but without it being see through.  Along with exceptional ventilation, the clothing is made of a revolutionary flat yarn that contains titanium. Upon surface contact with the skin, it draws heat away from the body faster than traditional round yarn.

We’ve seen tennis racquet, string and shoe technology evolve, and now it’s time for apparel to follow suit. Check out adidas ClimaChill and feel the difference! It’s time to drop your body temperature and raise your game to new heights!

Thanks for reading,


Matt’s Bag Check

Posted on May 2, 2013 in Pro Tennis Talk

A look inside my bag.

A look inside my bag.

In the last few years I’ve tried a bunch of different racquets, mainly Babolats, but for my senior year of college I played with a Head Prestige. I had it seriously weighted up and it felt great. Paul Reed at Tennis Warehouse is a genius when it comes to racquet customization, and he did a great job with my Prestiges. The only thing that bothered me about the Head Racquets was the shape of the grip. Having grown up playing with Prince, I’m more accustomed to playing with a “octagon-shaped” grip as opposed to the Head racquets which have more of an “oval-shaped” grip.

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